Queen's in the News Archive
Don Stuart (Law) continues to comment on an Ontario Court of Appeal decision ordering a new trial for a youth accused of having a loaded handgun, most recently in the Globe and Mail.
An interview with Martin Duncan (Physics) in the Globe and Mail discusses the recent discovery of an asteroid believed to have wiped out the dinosaurs.
Daniel Usher (Economics) addresses the issue of guaranteed privileges to religious parties in an election in the Globe and Mail.
David Hanes (Physics) comments on the G-Force exertion and trajectory of the Snowbird airplane which crashed in May of this year, and points out the correct function of the gyroscope, which Canadian astronaut Dave Williams was scheduled to perform a space walk to replace, in two separate Globe & Mail stories.
Keith Banting (Policy Studies) comments on ethnic diversity in Canadian communities in the Globe & Mail online edition.
An interview with David Skillicorn (Computing) in the September issue of Reader’s Digest highlights his work in detecting deception.
Bryne Purchase (Policy Studies) comments on the inevitability of electricity price hikes by the province in the Globe & Mail.
David Dexter (Pathology and Molecular Medicine) continues to comment on the increase in autopsies performed by Kingston doctors in light of staffing issues at the Ottawa unit, most recently in a Canadian Press story picked up by the Brantford Expositor.
Tom Courchene (Economics) comments on the development of the Hebron offshore project in the Globe & Mail.
David Saunders (Business) discusses the demographics and motivations of women entering the MBA program in the National Post.